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Dak Prescott’s contract situation remains unclear

Dak Prescott‘s second contract has been a front-burner matter in NFL news cycles for nearly a year, but the Cowboys and their starting quarterback remain apart on terms. The four-year starter’s demands were north of $30M AAV last year, and they were believed to be in the range of Russell Wilson‘s $35M per year amount.  While it’s uncertain if the Cowboys are comfortable getting to that figure, they will not have to go too much higher. Prescott is not asking to become the league’s first $40M per year player, Jay Glazer of The Athletic notes.  Patrick Mahomes is the leading...

Dak Prescott‘s second contract has been a front-burner matter in NFL news cycles for nearly a year, but the Cowboys and their starting quarterback remain apart on terms. The four-year starter’s demands were north of $30M AAV last year, and they were believed to be in the range of Russell Wilson‘s $35M per year amount.  While it’s uncertain if the Cowboys are comfortable getting to that figure, they will not have to go too much higher. Prescott is not asking to become the league’s first $40M per year player, Jay Glazer of The Athletic notes.  Patrick Mahomes is the leading candidate to get there first, but while the Chiefs’ superstar passer is barely a month into his extension-eligible period, Prescott is 13-plus months into that window. After talks centering around a $33M per year accord broke down during the season, the franchise tag now looks like a real possibility. Here is the latest from around the league: After Joe Woods agreed to become the Browns‘ defensive coordinator, he has already secured one 49e

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